I love the mea culpa here: Sean Bonner not only gets the new design right, he has the gumption to explain why the previous design got things wrong (for the users).
posted at 3:09 pm
on Aug. 31, 2009
Though I have to say: it's not that apple is fighting with Microsoft in their ads; they're fighting with the whole PC paradigm.
posted at 9:25 am
Super interesting article. Great sound clips.
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posted at 2:08 pm
How does this make me want to buy a new hard drive? I do not know.
posted at 1:39 pm
So many quotable lines: "Choosing compassion over resentment frees up space in your life for more good to come in." I wish more people were this clear-thinking (and wrote blogs!)
posted at 10:34 am
I left mine on the couch last night. Scary!
posted at 2:37 pm
I know. It sounds crazy. But it ain't.
posted at 11:45 am
Thing is, I cna totally understand this emotion. I would LOVE to have my first car, Samantha, back.
posted at 11:43 am
Want to know how best to promote your event with Twitter? Here are a bunch of good tips about timing, crafting and linking.
posted at 12:52 am
Thanks, Rachael, for the pointer!
posted at 9:50 pm
Interesting story that basically says, every bar they tested in B.C. that claims to serve a 'pint' is lying.
posted at 2:22 am
The poll at the top says it all: "Should newspapers charge for content on the Internet? * Yes, so they can stay in business. * No, all content on the Internet should be free."
posted at 2:13 am
Think of it like an entire chicken torso, whose heart has been replaced with bacon and cheese.
posted at 11:03 am
posted at 11:30 pm
Heh. Yeah. Eh.
posted at 12:19 am
More importantly: How much time did you just spend reading about it?
posted at 10:06 am
And they used to be so tiny, now they're JUMBO!
posted at 10:03 am
Perhaps this explains why it's worth so much more these days.
posted at 6:52 pm
Turnstiles are apparently the least of their about-faces.
posted at 6:51 pm
I have another rule: Do they twitter more or less often than you do? More often: Shut the hell up! Less often: Hooray, that means you can listen to me tweet all the time! (Note: Please don't apply this rule to me.)
posted at 2:45 pm
That's a pretty significant election promise to make and break.
posted at 1:01 am
Neat project, neat week.
posted at 3:11 pm
Handy for initial backups, great for restoring when things go wrong
posted at 10:48 am
The big question: if you could give that mutant gene to your unborn child -- would you?
posted at 10:14 am
This is the antidote to the 'overextended class' that @luckyfish was twittering about.
posted at 4:59 pm
But it was on the other side of Oak St., in EAST Vancouver.
posted at 2:44 pm
My favorite line: 'Reebok's ad team consisted entirely of a random word generator and a macaw who only knew the word "yes." '
posted at 1:34 pm
I'm very, very surprised at how genuinely sympathetic and supportive their customers are being. Just goes to show what blogging openly and honestly can do to help improve people's reactions to your company's problems.
posted at 12:09 pm
Shocking-sounding study, but what the hell is seminude? And who the heck is "Common Sense Media" who commissioned the study?
posted at 10:00 am
Interesting reading not just for 'fail' but for #hashtags, #lolcats and other internet terms explained.
posted at 12:40 am
This is one of my favorite columnists, and one of his best, if simplest, questions answered.
posted at 10:46 am
Insight into why Hughes left the Hollywood machine, and what it takes to be creative, and why his movies were so touchingly truthful.
posted at 9:26 am
Also tasty when you DON'T have a hangover.
posted at 9:19 am
Pretty awesome: I like the part where he talks about the neighbourhood he's from.
posted at 11:54 am
If by clever you mean: making your viewers retch.
posted at 12:47 am
Could be good for rent checks, taxes, back-dated love letters, etc.
posted at 6:17 pm
And when I say 'drags', I mean, not just a little. Seriously bad parenting.
posted at 4:02 pm
Also, this video might make you cry with joy. Just in case you're wondering.
posted at 12:07 pm
I guess it's profile week here on Five Live Links...
posted at 9:19 am
Anything to do with Apple's block of the Google apps? I think yes.
posted at 7:13 am
An pitch-perfect profile of a charming guy living on the edge of the law for his whole life.
posted at 5:40 pm
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